Isolated bands of severe thunderstorms have been making their way through the Central Plains since the beginning of the week, resulting in instances of grapefruit-size hail, torrential rain and tornadoes in portions of Kansas and Nebraska.
According to media outlets, concentrated structural impacts have been sustained in Selden, Kan. (Sheridan County, 67757), after a confirmed tornado reportedly damaged more than 100 area properties Monday night.
On Wednesday, a new round of storms spawned a confirmed tornado over Herndon, Kan. (Rawlins County, 67739). Initial reports have indicated that at least one home was damaged.
Approximate areas reportedly sustaining structural damage:
- Herndon (Rawlins County, 67739)
- Selden (Sheridan County, 67757)
*Concentrated home damage reported (100+ structures)
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